Director Oliver Stone lists West Village home for $2.9M

Filmmaker bought the apartment while making "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"

Feb.February 28, 2014 11:15 AM

Oscar-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone has put his West Village pad on the market for $2.9 million.

Paul Anand of the Corcoran Group has the listing for the two-bedroom condominium at 1 Morton Square, according to the Wall Street Journal. Stone bought the 1,750-square-foot space in 2010 for $2.2 million to live in while directing “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.”

The 14-story mixed-use doorman building, built by J.D. Carlisle Development in 2004, gives residents access to a children’s playroom, a gym and a garage, according to property records.

Stone is reportedly looking to move into a space bigger than 2,000 square feet. Given the neighborhood’s low inventory, Anand expects to receive offers by early next week, the Journal reported.

Several high-profile New Yorkers have called the building home, including actresses Julia Roberts and Amy Poehler, actor Daniel Radcliffe and Bruce Eichner of development firm the Continuum Company. [WSJ] — Angela Hunt

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